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with: we asked taxpayers if they should foot the bill. >> i would probably say no. >> people told us given the fact he is convicted of leaking classified materials taxpayers shouldn't have to pay for any gender therapy for privatehera manning. >> my opinion is you forefet any rights to benefits from the taxpayer. >> manning is expected to serve his term at the military prison at fort leavenworth, kansas which does not offer hormone or gender reassignment surgery. >> the antiperspirant went on te tell us all inmates are considered soldiers and treated with access to mental health professionals including adi psychiatrist, psychologist andst social worker and behavioral science expert and manning's lawyer says a legal fight will be launched to get manning the therapy demanded in the letter. >> tom fitzgerald thank you.fi >>> wetz asked facebook fans whw they thought: thought: >> go to facebook.com/web.eboo a settlement reached in it the lawsuit against bob filner. the question tonight will it include his resignation. >> details of the settlement were kept private ahead of the closed doo
and shocking video out of syria this week that seem to show the assad regime is engaged in the largest use of chemical weapons since saddam hussein attacked his people a quarter century ago. bob returned. we are told u.s. navy ships are moving closer to the coast of syria. president obama says this is a big event of grave concern but the president then adds we need to act deliberately. >> what we've seen is that folks will call for immediate action jumping into stuff that does not turn out well. gets us mired in very difficult situations. >> senator corker, how much proof does president obama need, and if he decide that bashir el assad used chemical weapons on a large scale against his people, what should he do? >> chris, the amount of social media coming out of syria indicates this is not something where opposition forces have contrived something. i think it's very evident that regime has acted in this way. i do think it's always good to be cautious, but my sense is that this has happened. i think we will respond in a surgical way. i hope the president, soon as we get back to washington,
civil rights moments in u.s. history. >>>. >>> despite the rain people from all over the country came to the mlk , jr. memorial attending various events. >>> some come to rememberom history.e some come to dedicate themselves in an unfinished agenda and some came to express joy in the changes in american society.me >> the idea cameri to my mind 50 years. he should see the connection. >> it is really about the children. >> why is it important? >> because for them to understand the history and struggles of all people. >> i work with children in inner city of atlanta. and the school. education is not where it should be. >> it is not equal. >> the dollars are not put into the poorer school. >> and we really need. education is a way for people to move up in our society and do better. >> i think health care, i havece to speak for my family because there are people within our family that need health care. >> and they are unable to get ii now. >>> that's where we fall short also. >>> will you see all walks of o life here. all different colors. i think dr. king is probably smiling. >> everybody
of racism is coming up more and more and drawing us backwards and i'm a little bit worried but i like the way dr. king approached it. he did it in a peaceful way. he didn't criticize people. >> dr. king's goal was to carry the torch and continue carrying the torch. >> i'm hoping people will understand that as people like dr. king that allowed many of us to do what we do today to be able to make the accomplishments to be able to go to places we couldn't go to be able to just interact with people who are different and understand that they now understand what his dream was all about. >> the program begins at 8:00 tomorrow at lincoln memorial and for a full list of scheduled events we put that on my foks dchlt krchlt dx d.c. dot-com. that's the latest from the m.l.k. memorial. maureen umeh fox 5 news ooch. >> thank you, maureen. >> there's a lot you need to know from road closures to helpful links plus all our past stories you can find everything you need to know on myfoxdc.com. >> tonight fox 5 is monitoring metro and water damage along the red line around medical station. the transit ag
, if you will, to give folks an idea this is such a huge event, give us an idea how things are going on now. are there large crowds? we can sort of hear music in background. >> not a large crowd. rain kept a lot of people away. there was a festival with a livi band and almost no one is here because of steady drizzle that happened much of the day. >> people came only to the mlk , jr. memorial. it was quiet and respectful. no cheering. just visiting. mostly out-of-towners. >> john henrehan down at the national mall. thank you. >>> street closures, heads up if you are going to the march. several streets and monuments will be closed. visitors going to the real lifel dream march and rally you are advised to use public transportation if possible and you can go to reflecting pool from 17th street near theear world war ii memorial. traffic message boards will be in place to try to minimize m delays. >>> anticipating the crowds, metro will put extra trains in t service. riders are advised to use farragut north, farragut west smithsonian and arlingtonon national cemetery andia more stf will be on han
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